The Bahamas is one of the most popular locations for destination weddings, and for good reason. The 700-plus beautiful islands, a world-class fishing resort, and several premium wedding venues are just some of the factors that make The Bahamas such a hotspot for tying the knot.
When it comes to hiring a live wedding band in The Bahamas, it can be difficult to find exactly what you want for your special day.
In general, couples who head to The Bahamas for a destination wedding want a band that plays covers of British and American pop, rock and indie music (as well as some funk and soul thrown in for good measure). As such, British wedding bands are increasingly in demand to make the journey to entertain at destination weddings in The Bahamas.
Several of FixTheMusic’s UK-based wedding bands are proving popular for destination weddings in the region. Of course, travel expenses mean that it can cost roughly double the price of hiring these bands to perform in the UK.
On FixTheMusic, bands always provide quotes directly to you with a clear breakdown of costs so you can make an informed decision – no other costs are added, and once you’re happy to book, you can pay securely online via card.
FixTheMusic is free for event planners to use – the price you agree with musicians is the price you pay. There are no costs added on top and 0% booking fees.
If you'd like to receive free quotes from our bands that are available to hire for weddings in The Bahamas, submit your enquiry to get started.
We’ve tried to make it as easy as possible to hire English wedding bands in The Bahamas, and we hope to help many more couples find their perfect wedding band in the years to come.
Here are some of our most popular bands performing live...
If you're planning your own wedding in the Caribbean, what are your plans for the live music or entertainment on your special day? Tell us in the comments section below!
— Adam is a co-founder of FixTheMusic and works on everything from copywriting and marketing to design and user experience. He studied Music at Cambridge University. Adam is a keen pianist, and also learned cello and trumpet from an early age.